Dr Rosalind Johnson

Dr Rosalind Johnson

Dr Rosalind Johnson is a contributing editor to the VCH Wiltshire project and a researcher with VCH Somerset. Her research interests cover early modern religious, cultural and social history, in particular the history of non-conformist religion in the English provinces.

She is a visiting fellow and part-time lecturer at the University of Winchester and an associate lecturer at the University of Chichester. Rosalind Johnson holds a BA (Hons) in History from the University of York, an MA in Librarianship from the University of Sheffield, and an MA in Local and Regional History and Archaeology and a PhD,  both from the University of Winchester.

Her PHd thesis investigated Protestant Dissenters in Hampshire and was awarded by the University of Winchester. She has also previously worked in the British Library and Boston Spa as an adviser and cataloguer.

Her publications include 'The Case of the Distracted Maid: Healing and Cursing in Early Quaker History' and 'The Lives of Ejected Hampshire Ministers after 1662', she also co-authored with Roger Ottewill a chapter on 'Memorializing 1662: Hampshire Congregationalists and the 250th anniversary of the Great Ejection'